The Stinger goes way back to the early 1900s. With creme de menthe and brandy as the two ingredients, it sounds very old-fashioned and high society. But it’s absolutely made for after dinner sipping on a chilly autumn evening. The best Stinger will use a high quality VSOP cognac, but a mid-range brandy will do just fine.
- 1 jigger brandy
- 1/2 ounce creme de menthe
Shake the ingredients in a shaker full of ice, strain the mix into a cocktail or old fashioned glass, and serve.
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